The Glo Premier League competition enters a crucial Easter weekend with seven games lined up.

Match-day-23 action begins on Saturday when Aduana Stars visits the Accra Sports Stadium to play Mighty Jets.


Jets are two points off the relegation zone and need a win to boost morale and build up points ahead of the end-of-season run-in.

At the Bechem Park, home side, Bechem, who are bottom of the 16-team table lock horns with a Tema Youth side who were in impressive form against Heart of Lions the previous weekend.

On Sunday, Asante Kotoko could extend their lead at the top by 11 points as the Premier League title race gathers pace.

The Porcupine Warriors will hope to turn the pressure on second-place AshantiGold, who do not play until Thursday when they travel to the Tarkwa T&A Park to battle Wassaman.

Maxwell Konadu, who will again sit out as he completes his two-game touchline suspension will be hoping that his side dispatches the league debutants to leave an eleven-point deficit for the Miners to worry about.

Hearts of Oak are 10 points off the top but still in with a shout for the title with eight games to go.

The Phobians must overcome Wa All Stars in Accra to stand a chance of dreaming about the title as new coach C.K. Akunnor chases a second consecutive win in his third game in charge.

New Edubiase will be at home to Ebusua Dwarfs at the Gyamfi Park while struggling Berekum Arsenal, second from bottom look to boost their survival hopes with a home game against Liberty Professionals.

Heart of Lions slipped on the table after losing 3-0 last weekend but at the Kpando Park against Medeama, they will be counting on home comforts to turn around their miserable week.

On Thursday at the Len Clay Stadium, AshantiGold will attempt to keep the heat on Kotoko when they play Berekum Chelsea, who are away on African Champions League assignment.


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